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TJELIiJ Ai3)iVIJtlB DAIL" A.PJPJfli3LL- IfRID .Y. APEilL.li, 1879. CAPTAIN PAUIi K3YT0X. The Steamer GENERAL PIEH3UN Will leave the foot of Jefferson street AT 1 O'CLOCK TO-DAY, To meet tne world renowned voyager, CAI'TAIX PAIL UOYTOSI, tSThe PIERsON Is the oflielal boat, will bear The Life-Saving Colors, and will be the only craft CAPTAIN BOY TON will recognize or exhibit for. rWTlckets, 60c: Children, half price; ti be had of Mr. James Speed, corner Madison and Main otreets, and on the boat AUT EXHIBITION, For the benefit of LEATI1 ORPHAN AMY&EM, AT GBEEN'LAW OPKBAHOU3E Friday l-'venio, April 11,1S7. ROME AND THE VATICAN SIATTES. The Dissolving Seis "Flight of M-rcuty'' and "Rook ot Ages." tyGeneral admission, 50c; Balcony, 25c; Chil dren, half price. Doors open at 7 to commence at 8 o'clock. .. OLYMPK' PAKK. SPRING AND SUMMER RACES t The proprietor of the Olympic Park being highly encouraged by the Interest taken by the Pub lic In the Trotting Races last Friday will put up I'WO H'R'-KS, to be trotted for at the Olympic I'nrk, Frimy, April 11 lb. KlltS 1' RACE J2r purse; mile heals, 3 In 5 to har ness and rule. For horses that never beat 8 min utes. Entrance lea, 10 per cent., which goes to second hors. SECOND RACE ." purse; mil heats, a In P to harness and rule. For horses ihat never beat 2:50. Entrance fee, 10 per cent , which goes to second Jion. L0ueil ihds at 3 o'cloc. rRAii.s fyji ho piirlc from LouIavUIm denot even- 15 minutes. GATE AOMlSdION, , 20 CKISTO. JKJlFHIsS OfKUA Clil'B, PROF. C. P. WINKLER MUSICAL DIRECTOR. Will give THREE OPERAS, with Full Orchestra, at Memphis Theater. Monday, April 14!h DAUGH l'EROF THE REGl MKNT. Tuesday. April 15th ?k a DIAVOL4. Wednesday, April ltilh DAUGdTER OF TfiH KKGIMENT. DAI UIITKU OP Till: KKdil H KT. Maria (April 14) ... Mrla (April ln ... Conntess Tonlu Sulplzlo (Sergeant). Otenslo Worporal Imcliexs Peasant . ...Miss Kate Harnian ..Miss Emma Russell .Mrs. K M. Mansfonl .J. O. M'Ulntock A. C. VonGundell I. Kot-scher Geo. Mahan Miss Katie Boeu Harry Ti mllnson Kit A lll.WOLO. Zerllna Miss Minnie Hunter Lady Allcash Mrs. R. M. Mansford Fra Dlavolo Wm. J. Steel LordAllcash B. A. Hollenberg Lorenzo .J. O. M'CUntock Matteo I. Roescher Bepi.o-(bandlt Ad Rels Olocomo (bandit) Harry Torullnson ORAM) MASK HALL, Benelit of the Willows arid Orphans of the Memphis Pollee. Force Kpideiuie 1N7N At the Exposition Building, on ThurMday Kvenim, April 17, IH7. COMMITTEE OF I. It. Athy, Chairman, R. F. Anna. P. 3. Qulgley. ARRANGEMENTS. W. C. Divls, G. T. O Haver, C. Kiinli il" FOIt NAI.F. Ol! KIIVI'. "TjUBXITUKK-Of a most desirable and centrally j.' locaieo residence; furniture embraces run par lor set, chamber sets (complete): als-i, hill, dining room and kitchen lurniture. Parties b.i..iiig the whole outfit can secure the house at a low rent. None but resposthle parties need answer. L. A.. Appeal. URNISHED ROOM3- Wlth board. at 32 Second street. DESIRABLE ROOM-Wlth board, at 72COURTSTREET. TJOARDEKS At 81 Union street, corner Her jj uanao; rates to smiuw times; 25 day-board-ers wanted, by Mrs. Z. H. WH1TEMOHE. Gl ENTLKMA.N ND VilFE-Or two gentlemen r can get a beautiful, unfurnished room and good board with a private family, in a pleasant locality, convenient to street cars, at SI 5 per month. AddrMii . W. p. 11., Appeal office. BOARDERS A few gentlemen day-boarders at Urt Union street. Terms misloruie. ROOMS Furnished and unfurnished, with board; also, day-boarders, at 481 Shelby street; references required. ROOMS Elegant front and back rooms, with board, can be had at 431 SHELBY STREET. Day-boart era also wanted. BOOMS-Flrst-class, moderate. At with good board. Terms 104 M arket st. BOOMS Desirable rooms and good board at tl JEFFERSON STREET. OOM - Desirable Iiont room, with bo-rd, at tlU MADISON STREET. ROOM.s-Suit of riont rooiLS, with Court street. Day boarders want board. aL l 1 1 Day boarders wanted. "tjURS r-CLASb rooms, wlin or 'without board. J ' Terms very nnxl- rsi-. No. ;)4 iulerrv. FOil NA tj n WELLING At the southwest corner of Main and XJ Madison its , on the 15th day of Apii', at 1 1 o'clock, I will sell to the Mgtiest bidder, the V s.ory frame dwelling. No. 41, on the south side of Rooeson St., between Qu'mby and Hill; lot 37 by 150; prem ises In splendid condition; 7 rooms, stable and all necessary outhouses. Terms cash. I. D. CON AWAY, No. 8 Madison St. 11 ORsE AND ROCK AWAY A tine ro.kaway and XJ. burse; also, several stands or BfcJCS some Italians. Apply to G. B. PETEHS, Jr.. No. 2HW Main street. pvESIRABLK FARM or thirty acres with finp i orchards, and under good cultivation. Apply to l R. w. caskin, 43H Main street. 1 HITZFELD'S non-expioslve headlight oil; pure flint chimneys; Dauforth erosive fluid. SECOND STREET. iroOD1-WOODI Yard, 180 Alain street. All v v quaimes. at low rales. Gl KOCERY A rare chance ior a man witn small I capital to start In a tirst-class (irocery and loca tion. Satistactory cause given tor selling. Apply at 74 Jefferson street. J. STEWART & CO. "OBICK thipied cheap by river or railroad. Leave J orders at John A. Deule's, 352 Front street. Large concessions will be made on orders for good Salmon Brick, suitable tor chimneys or setting boll rs. etc. o. H. P. FlfKK. aOTEL A Urge, new ttree-story brick hotel in Bolivar, containing twenty rooms, besld s com fortable outhouses and garden, with good well; situ ated on the public square, urid all prtmltesln good order. For further information, uddres BOLIVAR HOTEL COMPAQ Y, Bolivar, Tennesiee. or : JEROME HILL. Memphis. HOUSE A lare and commojious houre In a desirable locality, by a lmly to a ramlly with whom she can board. In part payment of lent. Au- U 1 CI If... If.. ...... . I . . . . . . . Ji7iii m cu iiri nil ducc ill tVO. J. It. L'ASri. A FURNISHED BOAUDING'HOUSK CVntl alfr located. Address A. H., Apueal ollite. rpUK rilFMISES West side ot Third ' street." be J. tween Madison and Monroe, lately occupied by I. N. Falne as stables and stockyard. Teims n-a-souable to a good tenant. B. RICHMOND, a i aiain street. STORKaOUJJ No and Union streets. 1 Howard rrv, corner Stielby H. WETTER CO. rilWO PLANTATIONS Cheap to desirable tenant; X one near Mason, Ten.i.. and one near Forrest City, Ark. Apply to A. N. M'KAY. 371 Main st. HOUSS AND FURNITURE-Centrally locabxil man and wife will board with the occupant. Address No. rl Mulberry street. HOVSK The desirable two-story frame dwelltng house. No. 443 Pontotoc streei. Just east of m leans; In good repair, and convtnleLt to either Vance or Beale street cars. Apply to J. U. SHEPHKijD, lOjladlson st, ROpMd Pleasant sleeplwg roonis arid omcesj 4d Madison. J. J. LOlKAKT.4:Us M.uiu.on. ROOMS Furnliii r unfuruisiied; suitable also rui iiimiru-s to housej()1joi JHFFERSON. H i" n?,. KOOMS-WltU or WllllOUl bOIUd - nu. i't, i nini sireei. NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS Cheap to gen tlemen. New brick Iiqmsp. M4 Mulberry street. WA!'iX PIANOS Two pianos to purchase; must be soi l cheap.Address ILO., Appeal olllce. LIOUSEkKEPEH-Foi a small lamllyTldress -1-x- H.Ji..AppeaI otlie. G1 OOD boy as watlt-r at A. KiiiTf mall's saloon, Ao 1 281) becond street. PIANO At low rates, tor ciiili. AdressT'lTM , ApiiU olllce, giving make, price, and where piano enn be seen. r 1 1ROT T INUSTAL LIONS Ft H S K A"Fl87ir. i. r" d.14's?'n, l" Kil,1l: HanilUoulan; dam by Long Island Black Hawk. u'.Si'1- Jr""n." by Dr. Herr's Mambivr.o P.tchen; dam. Lady JetTerson. We also have a very Huge Maltese Jack. We are prepared to graze alock. HUGH D. AND JOHN R uuhr" Six milts southeast of cliv. JITUATION-A young man raised In the eountiy. about seventeen leitrs or ime, ot g.wd habits and can furnish lecoiumeri.lut oils from (he Ix-st Vl. 7?7.,0L",bc,.,u"!' '"Circus ot secuiingasrtua Hon In a Memphis business houe. Ad.lress . APPEAL OFFICE. J USIC TEACH V R a young lady 1 1 leach muile i-Vl. In an academy; also, want to rent a piano. Address H. v. O. i Appeui olllce. i lOTTAGK-lo rent KJ with garden and stables, lug. at 237 Mala street collage In Fort Pickering, van oy.nurduyevei.- DR. M ARABLE. general housework, In a WHITE GIRL-For small family, at 114 t'lWON sr. NURSE White girl, twelve or four teen years' old, touvke care or child three years old. Answer Saturday, tare Appeal olllce. PKN.ANT'ro c'tlVate" M acres on Island 34 on guoo oweuings and cisterns. Gage Fisher, 800 Front, or A. Lea A Co. Apply to Fulton. f looa A white cook. Apply at H7 MONROE ST. (PARTIES wishing to puicnase the G ROVER BAKER Shw iNti-MACiirvir to call at their oltlce. .HIS Main street. Reiialrlnir promptly attended to, and warranted. MKstC. O. V LKNTIN K. rplTACHKK For the Somerville IHatrlW" THitii JL bebool, an exi-rlencil la.!, music teacher- tood lecommendatlons reijuhed ; smart gUHiauteed' Ad dress G ti. rAI.K, LSec'y.Ai,ka, Tenn. BOARDElLi-At 72 touit sYreet. Kales lo sua the limes. Frout or buck rooms. Also du boa rue rs wauled. VEKX1IKT HUKUN. German National ISank OF 51 KM PHIS HAVE for sale the 4 per cent 1. H. Bond for Immediate delivery. All other ls-ues of U. S. Bon,!s taken in exchange. State National Bank OF MEM 111 IM, TES.V, DESIGNATED Depository or the United States for subscription to the Four Per Cent Loan. Bonds on hand for Immediate delivery at the lowest market rate. All other Issues of U. S. Bonds taken In exchange. ' rKIOSlAli. D R. OVERALL, Kvsldenoe pernoay noiei. OfUce 227 Main street. TR. VANCE'S re-ldence removed to Walker ave- nue, opposite Joseph Lenow's. DR. C. BASKERVILLE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, 27 South Court st. Re ldenoe, 481 Shelby at. DrTvoorheis. oculist and aurist, No. SO Court street. TARKS YV PONY Bay pony, about K j ears old. T:-! owner can have the same by calling on U. C. SOWDEB, SV miles from Memphis, on Cow Island road. I I orsk Medium-sized son el; abont 7 years 7 i JL old: white blaze on forehead: had saddle and natter on. The owner can have same by calling on JONES CROKORD, colored, rear 112 Washington. ( lOW A large size brtndleeow, with a calf 4 y months old, which tne owner can have by j-ay irtg charges and proving property. Chas. Boyde, coi- red. Bass avenue, two miles rrom city. NTRAVKD. COW 'A .small white cow, with calf. A proper re ward paid for them. B. P. GLENN, Wnarfboar. CtOWS Two spotted re J and white cows. ot with J crumpled horns; the old one Uaa the shell of one horn broken off. A llbeial reward will be paid ,r ?.")i.'";u""'lM iding to their recovery by W. W. CANADA; aioo-is avenue, near Hernando iwirt. FOIt KKST OK LKANK C COTTAGE LOTS I will rent or lease, for a term J of years, ;o good tenants, a nice cottage and grounds, on M. and C. R K., two miles from city. Lots ol 5.10 or 20 acres near the city. Farms on railroad in Shelby and Haywood coun ties. In quantities to suit tenants, or I will sell on long time. W. A. COLLIER, 275 Main st STKAY'KM OK TOJLKA. l ULE One dark bay horse mule, elg ht years old branded on left law with letter E. A liberal reward will be paid for the delivery of the same to J. A. Forrest k Co.. at Memphis, or t me at Collier vllle. J. S. MBRRIS. COW on April 3d, a light red cow, lower part of her tail white, white feet, swallow fork In each ear, ciooked horns. Five dollars reward for her re turn to No. 130 Front street. M1S3 ANN BRACXLET. 150 tcs. Whittaker Rams. 7 5 tierces Mafnolia Hams. 25 tcs. other brands Hams. 1 lie Largest Single Shipment or Whit taker Hams ever received in Memphis. feFiiie&Co LOCAL rAKAUKAPHS. To-day is Good Friday, to-morrow the last uay or .Lent. Captain Bovton will float ashore at tht landing at three o clock this alternoon . Eighteen dravmen were arrested veeter- day on the charge of doing business without license. At the criminal court the iurv in the Brizzell murder case has not jet agreed on a verdict. Services were held last night at a num ber of our churches, this being holy week pf the Lrnten season. The Diplomacy troupe left last nisrht for the north. Holv week verv much interfered wirh t.hpir rf-r.einfd- tr i , r ' tt Vocal acrobatic performances in the shape or operas will be the attraction at the 1 heater next week George Huhea and Charles Thomas were arrested by tho police last evening, on the charge of larceny. Judge Baxter, of the United States cir cuit court, ha3 decided that Memphis can have two receivers if she wants to. The county quarterly court will be in session again next Tuesday. The country 'quires are at home planting corn, etc. This week is crowded with holy days, day3 of feasts, fasts and observances, not only in the christian but the Jewish world. Next S'.icday week, the twentieth in stant, the Riversides will play a base-ba'.l game at Olympic park with the Nashville club. The VVarde-Barrymore dramatic com pany presented Diplomacy at the Theater last night, closed the engagement and left for Nashviile. Thursday evening next, at the Exposition uuiiiuu, t nan win ue given tor tae benelit or the widows and orptians ot members of tue police tcrce. Spring bonnets and dresses are bfcics ex hibited daily on .Main street by the ladios. The men of Memphis have as yut not donned their spring uuiu.rms. aturoay week, April 19th, an tlectiou will be held in the seventeenth district of tuis county to till the vacancy caused by the deatn ot inquire h. W. Caldwell. A twentieth and a fortieth of the capital ticset in tue Havana lottery were held in this city. The coupons are worth respectively about forty and twenty thousand dollars m gold. We call attention to our rent column to tlii' ime chance ottered to get a new, elegant oritK noiei, suuateu at uoiivar, Tennessee, a place so well known for its many attractions as a summer resort. Tne case of the State against Wilson, involving the question of the State receiver ship for Memphis, has been advanced on the c.ilendar of the supreme court, and will be heard about next VVednesday. Se in tli!3 advertising column the notice of the excursion of the steamer General I'ier son from the landing this afternoon to meet Captain Paul ttoyton, up the river. Tlie I'ierson will leave the foot of Jefferson street at one o'clock. List night on Desoto street a police oili er thot aud wounded a negro named (Jabe Price, whom he hud arrested on the charge of attempting to curve a colored weman with a ha'cht, und who attempted to esenpe from arrest. The negro's wound was slight. The next musical sensation will be the presentation by the Memphis opera club, at the Theater, of the operas Daughter of the li'egiment and Frit Diavulo, on next Mouday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights. The sale of reserved si'ats is processing at Hollea-b'-rg's. The transfer steamer General Piorson will leave the landingat half-past one o'clock this alternoon on an excursion to meet Cap tain Boy ton. A well-known young lady will present Captain Uiiyton with his colors. Ex cursion tickets, tif.y cents; children half price. List night Esquire Elliott held an in quest upon the dead body of a white man loutid at the boardingliouse ot Charley Her ton, ccrncr of Beale and Shelby streets. The man was a stranger aud wascalled "Brocky" because he was badly pitted with smallpox, fie died of diseano of the heart, as testified to by a physician. Jt-ff Davis, an escaped negro convict, mis been recapturetf, aud will tie returned to the p.'uiU'utiaiy. escaped from the Ens- ie Linn, below this city, ome tew weeks after lie had been sent to the penitentiary for one year, on the charge of robbery, by our criminal court. He is a bad negro, and ought not to be permitted to escape again. Last evening a colored man was offering a fine breech-loading shotgun on Beale street at a very low price. Detective Pryde and another policeman happened to be around about that time, and asked to look at the shotgun. The darky broke and ran and dropped the gun. The gun was evidently stolen from some residence. The negro escaped arrest The steamer' City of Helena, reports having passed Captain Paul Boyton early yesterday morning at Pecan point, about sixty mileB above here. He and the "Baby" wei getting along famously, and the hardy voyager could be seen sporting until the flash of his paddles was left behind. At this rate he will be able to arrive to-day at the adver tised time without difficulty. Captain Boy ton carries a formidable knile for protection against sharks land and sea. Yesterday Constable John Powell and Deputy-Sheriff Campbell arrested a negro named Sam Hughes on the charge of steal ing five dollars and ninety-five cents from Mrs. Sarah fields. On the fourth instant an attempt was made to arrest Hughes, but he escaped f rom the officers by leaping from a second story window of a shanty opposite the Exposition building, on Jefferson street. Hughes was committed to jail. At the criminal court yesterday after noon, Jake Levy and Nellie Adams weie placed on trial, on indictment, charging them with committing au assault and battery with a poker, and with intent to kill, on the per son of one Allie Geltes. The girls are ot the demi monde, residents of a house on Market square, and the man Levy is a sport or gam bler. The jury has the case under advise ment, and it is probable that a verdict of as sault and battery will be returned as to one or both defendants. Captain Boyton, vho will arrive here by liver this afternoon, says he found that peo ple on the way are still greatly mistaken as to Lis u.ethod of traveling, believing he floats without any exertion on his part, and that a boat accompanies him He says that the general question of the West Virginians along the Ohio river was: "Say, Mister, are ye filled with wind or cork V Hewanlsit expressly understood that no boat or 11 :aticg apparatus of any kind accompanies him, and that it is coatsnual hard work twice as hard as rowing. Judge Eldridge, cf the Bartlett circuit court of Shelby county, has opened the ball agaiust carrying concealed weapons, by sen tencing a darky named Dock Hart to im prisonment at the county workhouse for three months and to pay a fine ot ten dollars for pistol toting. The sentence of imprisonment will abolish the deadly weapon carrying busi ness it the t'flints cf lencessee will only stick to it. The payment of fines and costs amounts to nothing. Our criminal c:nrt should follow the good example set by Judge Eldridge. Grace church, ia this city, has just teen made the recipient of a very handsome pres ent. The wire of an Episcopal minister in Manchester, England, embroidered with her own hands' an elegant set of altar linen, beautifully ornamented with suitable devices, which she sent to Bishop Quintard, to be dis pose.' of as he thought best. The good bishop appreciating the earnest work cf Dr. Dalzell and the ladies in bebaif of Grace church, very kiudly presented the set to the Ladies' aid society of that church, and our fair f riends iu that parish rejoice very greatly over this handsome Dret-eut from their bishop. One of the Appeal scientists, by invita tion of Mr. Meacharu, was present at the (rial of a telephone line just erected by Dr. Ueber Jones connecting his office, corner tf Second and Court streets, with his resilience, near the corner of Lnuiierdale and Vance streets. A numbsr of the lady friends of Mrs. Dr. Jones were present at the residence and all enjoyed the successful working of the telephone. A number of songs by the ladies and gentlemen were exchanged pleasantly, and the telephone established itself a suc cess. The trotting races at Olympic park this afternoon, at three o'clock, are as follows: For horses that have never beaten two min utes and fifty seconds, best three in five, to harness and to rule; entries Ma-me G., Babb's pony, and Bla. k Bess. Second rnce, for horses that have hever beaten three min utes, best three in five, to harness and to rule; entries sorrel mare Jessie, black mare Lottie Lee, black horse John, and sorrel mare Lu cille. The sport will be good. To-morrow alternoon a match trot, by horses from Sotn eiville, will be lit Id over the same course for a purse of two hundred dollars. Says the Cairo (TI!.) Bulletin: "A Cairo lady direct from Memphis is credited wilh the report that a number of deaths from 'black vomit' occurred in the neighborhood where she was stopping; and that she, be coming alarmed, shortened her visit and re turned to Cairo. No mention of any sickness ot tins character has been made in the Mem phis papers, no alarm exist?; railroad and river men from that quarter every day make no mention of the re-appearance of the scourge, and we are inclined to think, there lore, that the lady s f- ars have been unduly operated upon." The above is another canard on the grand rounds. People resid ing here are not cognizant of any fever pr-: vauing. lueoairo lady was in error con cerning the matter, there is no fever in Memphis. Mr. P. T. Forsttii. of Cincinnati. Ohio, is m tne city. Mr. V. J. Booker returned to the citv yesterday from a business trip to New Or leans. idk rnnces Louise is raintmsr a Dor'rait of Airs. bcott-fcidJons, which she-intends pre seating to that lady m the course of a lew days. Visitor registered at the cotton etuhance yesterday: Captain J. II. Wallace, Alabama; m. IS. Jones, tJatesville, Mississippi; I. T. ilumphreja, Villistou, Tennessee; Dr. J. A. Warren, Jjhnston; James Swearengen, Wright's Point. Arkansas: II. Lederman. St. Lrouis; M. ti. Hail. Mr. James II. Hallky having retired from tbe position of city editor of the Ata lanche, Mt for Nashville last night. Mr. Halley ii an old member of the staff of the Nashville American, and has been citv editor cf the Memphis Avalanche during the past five months. iJanng his sojourn here he made a large number of friends, who regret his departure from our city, but who wish him health, happinc'83 and prosperity in whatever channel or business his lite may be cant. AJlUSEJlEXrs. (jircenlaw Oparahouse. Last evening quite a large audience at- tended the art exhibition given at the Green law Operabouse for the benefit cf tho Lealh orphan ayliim. Tho entertainment included a series of views of the cities of Pari3 and Versailles, comprising a complete tour of the gay French capital and a visit to the Louvre ana iledici galleries ot statues, including the Apollo Belvidere, the Dying Gladiator, and numerous other copies of meritorious sculp ture and paintings. Another entertainment of like character will be giveu to-night. Memphis Theater. Last evening the Warde & Barrymore conu any closed an engagement at the Theater in Diplomacy. The leading part, the 'Countess," was excellently performed by Miss Nellie Cummine, while Miss Josephine Baker enacted the character of "Dora" in a pleasing manner. The principal male characters were Mr. John Drew as "Henry Beaucl.-rc," Mr. Rees Davis as "Count Oi lotf" aud "Baroa Stein," and Mr. C. J. Kdmonds us "Ciptain Julian Beauelerc." The company left for Nashville laut night. li AW ItEL'OJtTS. Chancery Court W. Jadge. This is motion dajr. W . H'llvn tll, Criminal Court. Calendar fVr to-day: 473 and 60-j, L. C. Carter; 93. Mary Williams; 85, Caroline Freeman; o09, Jack Ishaui; 562, Pat Malo ney; 14. John Grt?en; 304, Tom Scott and Joseph Ramsey; 581, John Smith; 128, Eras mus Morris; 3r3, Julius Goohering; 458, Charles Griffin; 555, Stephen Calahan; 5GG, S.iliie Hopkins; 540, Annie Maria Williams; 515, William Smith; 490. Andrew Perkins; 472, John Mitchell, alias Harris; , M. S. Gardener, alias D. B. Davis. Circuit Court J. O. Fierce, Judge. The case of Edmunds, Pettigrew & Co. vs A. G. Fuller & Co. is on trial. To-morrow is motion day. Oq Monday next the court will beizin to call the non-jury docket, the first forty cases constituting the calendar tor that dav. Ukku's J.;! restt.-n s ihe gestion. It-i Hii" tonic purifies (he blood appetite and stimulates the di- PAUL, BOYTON Slaking Progress Down the Klver HiNHolourn at Cottonwood Point He Knjoys Excellent Health, ami m in (wood (Spirits. From an Appeal Correspondent. Cotton wood Point, Mo., April 9. We were agreeably surprised, about six o'clock last evening, to hear the sound of Captain Paul Boytjn's horn, notifying the citizens of our quiet little village of his approach. He was considerably exhausted by his voyage from Cairo to this port, which is distant one hundred and twenty- five miles from here. It required him thirty-two hours to make it. While here, he was the guest of James Jack son, Esq. lid is enjoying splendid health, and, although he has lost twenty pounds since he began his voyage, ha looks very well with the exception of a badly-suuburiied face. At two o'clock this afternoon he bade adieu to our town, and launched himself once more upon the waters of the great Mississip pi, with the intention of reaching Memphis at three o'clock next Friday afternoon. M. c. JORDAN. THE PASSOVER. How our Hebrew Fellow-Citizens Cel ebrate the Paeover. or Veumt of I'nleavened Bread Religious Ceremonies la Households Ihe Delivery from liieyptian Bondsse. The Jewish Passover is being celebrated throughout the world at present. It- com memorates the deliverance of the Israelites from Egyptian bondage, the account cf which is tiiveu ia the book of Excdus. The feast lasts seven days, but the first day.wliich commemorates the sprinkling of the door posts with blood, and the last da, when the passage of the lied sea was effected, are only observed as full holidays, the intervening days being observed as half holidays. Ac cording to the chronology of the bible, the events commemorated occurred three thou sand one hundred and ninety-oue years ago. The most important and significant teatares of the celebration are the ceremonies which take place, iu the household of evwry orthodox Israelite. After the return from the synagogue the family sit down to the table, which is prepared in a peculiar way. The ve'ssel lor cooking, and the plates, disbts, knives and forks are a special set, which are brought out only once a vear at the Piisi- over. The table is covered with a pure white tablecloth. Then plates are daced in front of the master of the house or the one rho reads the services. In one is put three Pass over cakes, in another the shank-bone of the shoulder of a lamb in commemoration of the Paschal lamb r.nd an egg, both roasted on the coals or boiled; in the third some lettuce and celery, also a cup of vinegar or salt and water; like-wise a compound formed of ap ples, almonds, figs, raisins, spices and cinna mon, made into balls. The egg commem orates the offering brought with the lamb; the lettuce and celery, dipped in the vinegar or salt and water, and eaten, reminds the partaker of the bitter lives of their ances tors under the yoke of their Egytian task masters. The compound cf apples, al monds, figs, raisics, etc., is to symbolize the bricks and mortar with which the Israe lites were compelled to labor as slaves. On the table wine is also set, and each person is obliged to drink four glasses in commemora tion cf the lour expressions made by the Lord in promising deliverance: "And I vill bring jou out;" "And I will rid you out of their bondage;" "And I will redeem you;" "And I will take you to me." The services at toe house sre conducted m Hebrew, the meaning of the feast being, however, explained to the younger children in the vernacular. In this manner, with impressive ceremonies and beautilul rites, does the Israelite keep in live reinemcrance tue mstory ot tue deliver ance ot his anceitors from the bondage of tgyi-it. i or Beven elay.iviil his house be kept f i e from every particle of leavened mat ter, whiie every memb'-r of the family will move about with a religious solemnity bo fitting the occasion. THE II1ISTHOAV Of u Venerable 3Ian of Uod Nearly 'orty-.Vlue Vears iu tbe 31 tn--Istry A. Weil-Spent anil Profitable Life. Western (Memphis) Methodist: "Rev. L. D. Mulhns, of the Memphis conference, be gan his career as an itinerant in the year l&O, and ever since he has been an itinerant, a truj, zealous and useful laborer for Christ, wielding a strong and hue influence among his brethren and in society, and always en joying ihe confidence and love ot the min istry and membership of the church and of a host of other good people in all raaks of life. But our noble brother's days of active service most probably are at an end. Ia 1877 his saintly wife entered upon her rest; and now in very feeble health he remains quietly at nis home iu this city, most affectionately min istered unto by two daughter?, whose happi ness is enhanced by all their fond care for him. Sunday, April 6th, was the birthday cf Uncle Mudins as many of us call him and the day before was celebrated in honor cf the occasion, wheu our venerable friend reached his thieescore and ten years. And it was an occasion for record and remembrance. At the family residence we met, beside a number of the preachers and other intimate associates, ail ihe children and grandchildren of the patriarch, viz: Mrs. Johu It. Godwin, her husband and three children; Mr. L. D. Mul lins, jr., his wif; and four children; Mr. Thomas B. Muiiiu.s, his wife and two chil dren; Mrs. S. A. ?.lunson, her husband and four children; Mrs. J. A. Tuggie, her hus band and oue child, and the two single daughters, Misses Maggie and Emmett Mul lius. What a happy meeting all at home to gether, aad all united, net only a? a lamily. but m the church of their patents. Uncle Jraihiis was full ot life and religion, and a.fl of us enjoyed his converse of tbe past i nd . the luture. And the dear childten, hi iv, there uad everywhere, what a good time :i was tor them! The birthday diuner we sbail not describe, though we, with others, did fall justice to it. L t H iutiice that it seemed all the climates acd all tho seasons hud con tributed their viands, v.Lich were prepared and served with s k 1 1 J and taste, most credit able to the youiitf ladies of the house. We have nt room to repot t a!i the happy events of the day, but : must refer to the closing; holy service. A-:s;:mb!ed iu the par lor, we were 'a church in tho house,' and the paster of the family, Rev. J. C. Hooks, of Hernando t-trept church., administered baptism to Alary Julia, infant of L. 1). Jluilin, jr., and his wife, alter which prayer vus ottered by the editor of this pap:jr, ail j'oiuinpr with him in asking tie choicest divine blossincs unon the child atid her parents, and upon all the family of our venerable brother most especially upon him, woom uod has soared so lont? to his loved ones, acd 15 cow so gmtly leading with all his children and tfraudchildren, on- wani to toe heaveuiy reunion! A day so hap-iy as was the one we passed in that dear nome 1 le how it reminds us of the better home, better day J" the Confederates in Uoatvn. Strantre as it may seem there is an onrani- iLion in liostOD culled "Stonewall Jackson association. Ihcir annual meeting was lie.u oiura.iy aicenioou in a hall haag with national banners and nortraits of Wnnhimr. ton, Jetf.-rsou, Stenewail Jackson and others. ihe president, in his addresq. r-m u ihai tue ieeung 01 ui-will against the people of the south at tha close of the war had nassed away, anil that instead there is o-nn.l will re ward all the people in everv Ker.tinn of rh country. The recorder-general reported that the amount or contributions from the mem bers and donations was eleven hundred and twenty-four dolbrs, and the sum expended in aiding natives of New Knand aud others who were in the Confederate service was cine uundtvd ai:d iotly-six dollars. "Rats!" ".Mr. Jlcniv Bertfli ii ,o;,i;. iu ew lork rat-pits with his police in the in terest ot the societv for tho n,a.i;nn f cruelty to animal. It was formerly the tren eral impression tht ra! s reiKbt be lawfully kihed whenever and wherever found, and however tue rat-catchers chose to condemn tnem to death, but. Bergh and his disciples huve taken a lively interest in rats, and are moving to put a StOD to whar. ia ,.,llo,I f- ting.' Now, ruts are regarded by most per sons, not members of the above- ety, as pc, aud it so happens that cert tin dogs have been made with special reference to nts. The instinctive antinthv of tw ,1 to the rat is a matter ot interests to some men who udmiro the works and operations ot nature-, liu y seo a cluirce for a iitUa spoit to themselves at the outlawed animal's expense, and set the dog on him where the conditions are favorable for fun. The con ditions are a rat-pit, in a secluded place plenty of rats, and as many dogs as are necessary to chaw' them up. And Beigh is raiding ratting, either in favor of the propagation of rats or against the tastes tf the dogs or the human tun that comes of the contests. The other night, in the third story of a sta ble, he found the relics of a rat pit, a pile of dead rats, some cages of live rats, and a ter rier who knew his business. He had the owner of the stable arrested for ratting and the relics aforesaid brought into court. About twenty men were found in the stable loft, and there was also an untouched colla tion. The stableman said ho had prepared the feast for his twenty friends. No ratting was seen, but the presumable resulta scat terid around caused the court of three jus tices to sentence the presumable proprietor of the stable to three months in the peniten tiary. The judgment of the court raised a storm of excitement among the owners of dogs and members of kennel clubs present. Ah the evidence of ratting wrs circumstan tial, nothing had been proved, and yet the inexorable magistrates pronounced the sen tence, and refused to fix bail on a motion for an arrest of judgment on an appeal. It was a victory for Bergh in a new field." WHAT TUE MOUL IS. A Cierman Professor Slakes the Im portant Discovery at l,ast Hints for the Two Slemphlans who ate Diseussius the Immortality of the Soul. Ia view of the fact that two amateur theo logians and philosophers of Memphis are now engaged in a discussion as to the im mortality of the soul, the following novel theory may not be out of place. Prot. Jager, of Stuttgart, Germany, has published a series of articles entitled the Discovery of the Soul. The soul, according to this naturalises simply (honi suit qui mal'y pense) a erne 1, and con sists of a "chemical composition of albumen" called nervina. Liver, kidaeys, muscle, brain each emit a peculiar odor which is readily distinguished. Each of these or gans has its own soul, and collectively they constitute an aura which may aiise above the threshold of consciousness and even become offensive as in animals and in negroes, but which more commonly is a very efficient atd unconscious agent mediating the instructive attractions abd antipathies of tcmpt'raiueni.8 and sexes. Thus small children recognize their parents. Not only hunger, but joy, love, hate and pain, emit their own peculiar odors. To people ot sanguine temperament soul-stuff is most loosely bound with albumin, in choleric people more firmly. Moses dis covered the scientific fact that there is a soul in the blood; Oken that the soul, likj all else in the animal body, was ia a cell; but Prof. Jager claims to show just what the soul is. The likes and dishkes of heroes and heroines of ''counterparts," exempli gratia, is no longer a riddle or a myth. Platonic love is net pla tonic and it is not a love, but a tintellation of the nerves, or perhaps of the pigment cells of the Schneiderean membrane. There can be nothing more disgusting to the credulity of the public than to read of "cure all nostrums" so frequently advertised. The idea is simply pieposterous. IJow dif ferent with standard proprietary medicines, such as Dr. C. M'Lace's celebrated liver puis, prepared only by Fleming Bros., of 1'ittsburg. lh?y have stood the test of fifty years, and to-day more popular than ever are estimated "wcrth their weight in gold. BARGAINS. Beautiful hats at $5, 16, 13, $10. Real French hats at 12, 14. Very pretty trimmed hats at f 2, 3, $1. Great Bargains in our Millinery Department. Parasols at $1, 1 50. $2. Parasols at 2 50, $3, $3 50. Parasols at 4, $5, 6, $8, $10. " Extraordinary handsome Parasols, and great bargains. Kid Giores, 60c, $1, $ 1 25. Best Kid Gloves, $ 1 50, 1 75, $2. Undressed Kid Gloves, 1 50. Lisle Glomes, 25c, 35c. 50c, 60c, 75c. ' Lace Mitts, 60c, 75c, 1 1, 1 50, f 2. Children's best Kid Gloves, $1. Beautiful new. Ties, 15e, 2oc, 40c, 50e. Beautiful new Ties. 75c. 1. Beautiful Breton Fichus, $1 25, $1 50, f 2. ueautiiui new fans, 50c, ioc, fl. Spring Wraps, $ 4, $5, $6. Spring Wraps, $7 50, tlO, $12. Silk Wraps, $14, $16, $18. $20. Extra Bargains in Wraps. New Spring Suits, very, very cheap. Corsets, 50c, 85c, $1, hand-made. ew Kuchings, 10c, 12Hc, loc, 20c a vard. Beautiful new Ruchings opened. Extra Bargains iu Dress Goods. Beautiful Iron Grenadines. 'Worsted, etc., cneap. opecial oargains w Uiaek Buntings. Great Bargains at our house tow. KREMER, HERZOG & CO. OIEA'IAU DISPLAY AT JJENKEN BROTHERS Continued To-day. Strawberries and Cream, and all the delicacies at Floyd's. The Police Ball. Bids for the privilege of restaur.mt, con fectionery and shootiner-gallery will be re ceived until Saturday uoon, the twelfth in stant, at police hPaJpiarters by the COMMITTEE OF AEUANtiEMKNTS. S1KCIAJL FOli THIS DA V 10,000 SHORT lO.OOO SHOUT ENDS ENDS PRINTED PRINTED AT piqu Pig LIES. CKXTH VHlt V.K1! CKSTS li:U VARUS WM. FRANK & CO., 249 Main street. OdorleM Excavating Company. Vaults emptied at reduced ratcn. III- flcen, 113 IVaMliiugtoa and 45 Jladinun, nil tviiiiaaiM jciorlt. Floyd's KeajKilitan cream in brick moulds. Pure cream, fancy deserts to order. Cakes and pastries a specialty. Fresh Caramels as usual at Floyd's. Reed's gilt-edpe tonic is a mild corrective, and its puiify and flavor are guaranteed. John Stu rla'M ficstanrant. firliua nQrU. 1, n atnln II... uituies parlor up siairs. aw Main, rirnnr lI I ..!-, .. of Union From Dr. S. J. Belt, Baltimore, Md. I have prescribed Colden's Liebig'a liquid extract of beef and tonic inviyovator, ai:d cheerfully state that it has met my most sau cuine expectations, giving to patients leu-? enfeebled by chronic diseases, debility, weak" iogs or appetite ana indigestion, the needed nutrition and grocers and druggists. ncrvc-food. Sold by SEVENTY-FIVE VARIETIES OF FINE Five for $1. Tho finest collection ot bedding and llowering plants ever offered in Memphis. Address NALK & LAMB. Florists. Olllce, 355 Main street. ft'ritz lTcmfert A. Co, Sa. 13 Court street, receive beer earn day freitli from L.enip'n renowned lirewen , park. ed In ice In their refrigerator ram Order your beer from them. One Handled Dollar Keward for any foul cistern that we cannot purify iu five days with our improved wafer elevator GEO. KUBSCH 4 CO., 4tf 4 47 Umrloslon ave. ' THE TWO KEUEIVEIW, Judge Baxter, of the United Htates Circuit Court, Refuses to Knjoln Mtate .Receiver Meriwether from Collecting Hack Taxes lu Memphis. Yesterday the clerk of the United States CDurt received the following opinion from Judge Baxter, at Kooxville, with reference to the injunction sought to be procured to pre vent State Receiver Minor Meriwether Irotn collecting back-taxes in Memphis, cr acting as receiver in any manner. Judge Baxter refused to grant the injunction, but gave his opinion on several questions not particularly involved in the issue. The opinion is as fol lows:! In the Circuit Court or tbe United States Tor the Western lilstrlct or Tennessee, holden at Mem phis Kobert Garrett fc Sons vx. the City ot Mem phis et ml. ; Hopkins Louden vs. the same; Tal iiKige . Brown vs. the same; Freeman Rogers vx tbe same. The motion of complainant for leave to file an amended and supplemental bill In tbe causes (con solidated) stated above, and for an Injunction, came on and was heard by me at chambers at Knox vllle, Tennessee, on Saturday, the fifth Instant These motions were argued orally by Mr. Sneed for complainant, and by Mr. Meriwether In writing lor himself. And now, a ter careful consideration of the Questions raised and Investigation of the au thorities quoted, it Is ordered: Klrst, that the leave asked lo tile an amended and supplemental bill be and the mime is hereby granted; and, secondly, ttuil the abdication for an iujuncci-m te for the jres-tU denied. Upon complainant's bills duly tiled, this court early in last February, took cognizance of Ihem and appointed a receiver ti aid it In the enforcement ot tne law, and two months reflection has failed to pugeest any error In, or modllicatlon of tbe action then tHken. Having thus obtained Jurisdiction of the parties and subject matter of litigation. It Is not within the constitutional province of the legislature of Tennessee, by subsequent enactment, to deprive this court of Its jurisdiction and transler this litigation to another tribunal. Chapter 12 of the acts of the legislature Just adjourned, the act under which defendant Meriwether claims to have derived his authority. Is, so trir as It assumes to withdraw this litigation from this court. unconsU tullonal and Invalid. But no injunction Is neces- s.iry to protect mis court in us jurisdiction, or to protect its receiver In the execution of the duties enjoined on him. Any attempt on the part of any one, it matters not urtder wuit pretense or color of aulhorxly. to XnKe the property, liouks or pup rs or otherxeine hinder. or obstruct him in the lawful and proiier execution of his duties, Witt be punuhet as a contempt of the authority of the court, and persons thus acting will be amenable to punishment for ob structing tbe decrees of this court as he would be for violating an injunction It one were granted. Nor Is It necessary to enjoin defendant Meriwether lrom Instituting and prosecuting suits against other per sons not parties to this proceeding. All that this court claims the right to do Is to collect tlienssets of tue late cuyor uempnis, including taxes regular.y levied and not paid, and apply the same to payment ui lumipi.miHiiis hiiu sue-n oiner creuuors as snail maxe memseives parlies to this (consolidated) suit and show themselves entitled to share In the dis tribution o.'isuch fund. The Instituting and prosecut ing of suits by said Meriwether against other persons. In anotner tiibunal. may necessarily burrass and oppress the persons sued. But his action and t he results of such suits can lu no way prejudice the nguis oi cuiiiiij-iumiiis or any oi mem. ine per sons vho uiy be thus sued by him. not parties to tins 9ult, must take cre of themselves. Nor is it oeemea necessary to enjoin detendant, Meriwether. from making d-clarations or iiubllshlng notices claiming to be the rigiilful receiver of the rltv ami entitled to the nss-ts in controversy, nor from dls- BUiiuing or ueierimg delinquent tax-debtors from paying the toxe3 owing by them to the receiver of thlscnuit. These alleged wrongful acts do not, In vlewcf a court or equity, constitute such threatened Irreparable ir.iury as to call for the extraordinary Viums ui in,' UL'cucil. jiiuA uiailic, United States Circuit Judge, Kkosvjlle, Tenn., April 7, 1S7U. A Mojuan 35 hi Us re r Ilansed. WrsnsoK, Vt , April 10. John Phairwas hanged in the State raison to day for the murder ol Mrs. Ann h. i reiz-, on June 9, 1871. Phair was ignorant of thu last effort of his friends to prevent his execution. He retired at four o'clock this morning and slept wen tin seven o clock-, when he arose. lie seemed resigned to his late. His council asked Governor Proctor t!:is rn.-miiig for a reprieve to alluw a session of the legis attire to inter vene, but the governor denir-ii the peti:ion. At two o'clock rbair ascended the scaffold, whore a short prayer was offered and the original warrant for the execut'On and three reprieves were read, and the :.o:se and black cap adjusted. The sheriff then said: "Jcha r. Pha:r, the lime has now come for the sen tence of the law to be executed upon you." Phair's last words were: "Lord, remember me! Lord, remember me." At eleven minutes after two o'clock the trao was sprung, the body fell, and life was soon ex tinct. IThe Vanderbilt Family quarrel. New Yoiik, April 8 The Vanderbdfs seem very aiixious that the recent family set tlement sb-t'.l not bo called by its right name. Coraenus J. acderoilt writes to the TYi oune cicnying that there has been any com promise; and submits as evidence twn hitters one written by hm to William H. Vander bilt, and the othi?r being the latter's reply. Cornelius Vanderbilt, in hi3 letter, says: "The surrogate having decided the will case in your favor, I have d.rected mv counsel 'to discontinue the two actions I have brought againt you. ly-t me aisure you that, in my own behalf, I now tender you the olive branch in sincere eood faith, and with an earnest desire and determina'ion to do all in my power to rivet more firmly , as time progresses, the bonds of brotherly love end family fellowship." William H. Vander bilt's reply is equally touchinar. but the 7V- bune does not alter its view cf the compro mise, especially as they do net dispute the details of it. Wife JIarder and Muleide. Shohola, Pa., April 10. Geore-e Has then yesterday cut his wile's throat, and drowned himself. Country s&looos will find it to their Interest to get a Pride of the WMt Faucet. and Air 1'resnnre," und Ui'ev the celebrated " Le nip's Lazer Beer.' Fi-lt riecifert Jk Co., sole nscnts, 13 Court street. LOCAL NOTICES. Reed's cilt edce tonic, builds un nil wlirt have been reduced and weakened by sick ness. Saloons which should have Greenbrier in stock; it is uni- lorm in purity ana flavor. Light, sweet and nutritious bread, bisenit aud pastry guaranteed wheuC'iPscirif. I mL-i no- powder is used. For sale bv B. M. StMiinn & Co. Goodyeau las the latest style.! in hats anJ bonnets, and invites the la.lis ti cdl and see them at his new stand, 2o0 Second street. Nor.mudy in t.'ie world fvev came in'o such universal use, cr has so f liiy won the conSdetc 1 f mankind, as Ayer's ci-.crry pec toral for tbe cure of cous;h?, cold? and ccn- fumption. ADDITIONAL Kl Vt! 1S. CINCINNATI. A:ril III River -)ft ft -in.i f.ii ' inu. v nattier !ig!;t rain. Anivetl: CiolUeo Unit-, Iiew Orieans. ST. LOL'IS. Anrll 10. River rlslno- ltl inwi to Cairo. Weattier-clondy and net. Arrived: Hold Dust. Vlcksbur'. DetutrtMl- f leans. ' EVANSVILLE. Anrll to. Rlvr f:mi,, .j-i tt (Inches by the ruu. Weather raining; 'mercury. 50 iles. Bnslne-s brlik. GIVEN AWAY. Grand Scheme taken nlam Mm- 1 .,1 turner 01 m. worm or tiootis is entitled lo an Interest In the following 100 Valua ble and JliujnlUceru treMentc: 1 GRAND SyUAHE PrA0. 1 Fine Gold LBfiles' Watch, 1 Pair Elegant Briicelets, 5 Pieces Flated-waie, 2 Fine Parlor Clocks. 1 Inlaid WrltlnR Desic, 1 Bolt Irish Linen. 1 Pleci Bleauhed 10-4 Sheetlni', 2 Bolts Lon-Klale Cambric, 1 Beautiful Table Cover, 1 B irrvl Fiiieht Flour, 2 Elaborate Jewel Cases, 8 Pieces Canton Flannel, :i Fine Crochet Shawls, 2 Handsome Bed-spreads. 10 Ban els of Coal, 5 Klegant Albums, 1 Handsome Table Covt J 2 Pair Fine Blankets, n Bniitlfiil Toilet Sets, 5 EleitHiit Bronze Busts. 5 Pair Beautilul Vases, 11 Handsome Liquor Sets,, 3 Beautilul Work-boxes. 2 Exquisite Coral Sets, r v?ral 1Jk.lac9 d Armlets, j-. vio 5 eaut Ottoman Patterns. 21 Elegant Presents -comi-rlslmr Fine Plated J.-w- -ar-rn'iV,17"8.0- "'"Mks. etc. Bty-T He M.innineent Presents of this eel- brated en terprise are on exhibition at our Stoie, - Main htreet.i-l tJT 1 tie List rlbutien lakes place at -)Ieiu iiLii . . Theater, Hav l-t. vt e dery an oue to sell goods cheater than we do. I-EUBRTe BROS. idfl'- Couie and nee us 100 100 EI11I Presents TO BE LLWZJmL Oil G3RAIB FRANK Latest Hies ol tie NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS In Every Gaelics stre invited to Examine ISi vies ami lrice WM FRAN K SIE M'CARTHY'S FOH SPRING WKAB, IN HANDSOME KKFKCT3. AX. SO, FULL LINE O Handkerchiefs, Fancy Half-Hose, Collars, Haw Scarf-Hings and Pins "SH lKTfi TO OISUKIC A S1K?I STY.,L: 233 mid SS5"i Ha? ii. &ioiB Hinv HUi, "j,,ks,; Cash bnyeiS will find it their interest to nriee oar large ssd treh stork ol" good, a it 1m very much cheaper than any credit houee. TT1! tkx Try EM tr700 Ta.r Pass Tivw. IIoHiery and Uloves W J. JACOBS.lateof Fader, Jacobs 4 Co. "EVERLASTING 'SHIRT !" Jacobs feBooker COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, fto. a 04 l?roit street, 3Iesiipliisi, Tensiessee. W. A. WIL,L,IAas. MASBFACILKFillS OP LUMBER, SHIH6LES AND LATH DOORS, sash: and bunds, FRUIT AND PACKING-BOXES ! OFFICE AND YARD: Corn r Uayofo and Second Sts. i:oots AS d siloes. hy don't nbors nrr m well no they used to?" Is often beard, it Is rxcaus- people are too much Inclined to ratronlze the so called vnrdp -.-!(.! ,-.iri -inniKrvpf I'liisiliff-tfltx," "Here shoddy go cN are ii.-i lined off frr th rVal miii-io. if y. u nam shops in wi-p.r, go where they are known ; artle ncr-M ii.rui: .un:. 11- i-.-iTini? n mtie more, fcl 11 kiv rl ea AMI tvtVE 3IONKY THEREBY: STEAiriliOATS. NEW OELEANS! (AXCHOK MXF.) iron SEWJ1RLKASS. CITY OF GREENVILLE Shields, master, Monday, Apr 1 7th, at 10 a.m. BELLE OF SUBEVEPORT Coghlll, master Wednesday, April Hth, at 10 a.m. CITY OF ALTON BUby, master. Saturday, April 12tb,at 10 a.111. JHKIIPHIS AXO hT.LOl lS PKT, VO. UyCHOR LINE) 1'OH VICKHItlltti. CITY OF VICK3BUBO Riley, masteTi Monday, AprU 7th, at 10 a.in. CITY OF HELENA M Kee. master. Tluisday, April W.h, at 10 a.mT COLORADO . ... M'Pteete, master, , haturday, Apnl 12th, at 10 a.m. 1IEHPHIH A t T. LOl'18 PKT. CO V. S. MAIL UXOBOR LISB) FOB T. LOl'lM. UOLD DUST. ;i.M'Cord, master, Monday, April 7tti, at 5 p.m. JAMES HOWARD ..jO'Neal, master. cuucauiiy, April sun, at o p.m. uhainu iWEtt Lennox, master. luwiuui, Apni nun, at o p.m. JOHN B. MAUDE Blake, master. naturday, April 12th. at R p.m. lor all Inrorinal Ion. apply at Memphis and St. LA,uia Packet Co.'s wharfboar, toot of Monroe street. A r STOHM. Miipeilntemlent. FOIt ARKANSAS KIVKIi. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Co v..r pi,,. Bluff, Little Rock, and through to Fort Smith The JSaumelle, ZZZ&si U- es Prltchard master Leaves a- ahove SATLRDAY, April 12th, ati" i m JOHN N. HARH1N. Siip't. 2M2ts Front st LLL- U.NE yt'KAM KRS. For 4leodnlr. toahonin, Cooier Will leave its above on THIS DAY, April Vl Bp.ui or Irelght or passage. appl on r. l. VINsxiN, Agent. No. 4 JetFerson v .clerk til. at board or to FtfU N ii V U K I . K A N !i . tS.T..,?ie'mttr,anm nn1 IMdi.-The bouthern Transportation Co.'s Passenger Steamer Alf Stein, master, will leave Gli-nn s whartlioat THIS DAY, April I lib, at jiija.in. For frelglit or passage, apply K. P. GLLSN, Agent, at WharltMiai. fill mIIIIEI1 0t?rj'. CORNER DISPLAY or AT- 0 in 4i "i Department. Just Oiioca'i;' 1 ader Feabody Hotel, ! FIRM W. J. BOO liKK. late or Fader, Jacobs A Co. SAWMILL AND YARD North Front Street, Tonnossoo' FOR liOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI. 'ir. NvfknvTllle. I.oaiHvilln and Ipelannn. The Southern Transportation I om pony's Suiwrb Steamer Golden K,,sen', Shlnkle. master. 111 lepvs ii- un a WbarrtKtt as above on S A' I H DAY. Aptll 12th. at 4 p.m. Freight n-c-ived nl alt times by B P. GLENN. Ageul. at WharioaL Memphis and Ohio River P kt Co. FOR LCCISYILLE SD CISCINNATI. The Swift and Elegant Passenger Steamer ViNT SH!NL. a M'Intjre mistor 1 A. J. Lind sy cierit Wlil leave rs abue Friday, April lUi, at 5 n.m. FIKST-LLASS FAKK THltOKJli TO SKW YOHK CilKAl'Elt 111Q I-VLU! !nh "i!1'.' Bostol. Washlt gion, and all points I2-HL?.nd ,Kflt w P"IortloiiKtely low rates C-Meals and staterooms on th-9 steamer FREE tor freight or passage, apply to v- -r v.11 W- L 11 i H T BURN K, Sup't. c, r0- TMi1."1- r-toslle f'eahody Potl. daT,friTai. 3 MILLAU wil1 leave'wednes- F011 VICKSBUKG. Adam V h. Mall l,le-3Ieiuphl Ra lrkbarsiatkcts. Steamer Uuaciiita 22elle. Mark B. Cheek.. .master I A. L. timi.iiirTTeiei For Helena, rlars Point. Concordia, Terrene A:k; ii sas City, Greenville and Vieksbuig. as aUive. Cv'in- river, nd with the famous steamer hobt-n. E. Lea for New Orleans, giving through bill, of Ipuing to all points at lowest rates, freight for this Line re ceived at R. E. I.ee wb.ufboat atnll tln:e?. J. T. WASHINGTON, Agrlit, Ko. a Madison, or ui K. K. I.eo Wharfi ot. FOH CSCKOLA. Regular Tri weekly Mall Packet tor Kj.nd.iiiK Fulton. Osceola and all way iai-.dlniis. The elegant passenger steamer sceoia v.reiif t:5;? J. O. Andrews. ...M-vsk-r 1 B. O. MiteheM FOIl WUITK KIV'Kii. Ketnlar lntlepeiideDt lenii,hlH knil "uim nivrr rncnet -for Augusta. Ja,.k.imi,n tsNm-l', niul way points. The reulnr liulrpeuuw.t Packet II m'i. E t riKil ! r- KKTii ..... J'i Will leave Memphis eneiy WKDiSKs'uaY i p.io. or freight ur pas.-Kige, apply to k. W. LiuH l Bl'RNE, NO. , .Vo:ir.e st.. oi p. Peulxhiy hot,.) - GLKNN. en Wbnrtboai. 21 1 1.1' liAUUY Llt, llrmpliiri White Klv r end l;ia-u t:i-r I . H. Mali i'arketN. For Indian Bay, HL Charles, c li.n.ndon. He. ali a HluB, lies Arc, Augusta. .Ku-kMi.s.rt, Hrst Point, bearcy, Bateiivllle, PowbatLia, iUl. PwvJioiiis, The new steamer Josio liar M. It. Harry, aiplaln. Waiker Outlaw, uiei-h. Leaves Mumphls on and all r NuvemiMT -.i SATURDAY, at 5 p.m., counts ling direct whh Ihe new Black river V. S. mall tuu-ket MILT HARRY fee POWuftltan Mid I'lKMltlwlltiLS. uml wll, Hull, L.Uw to Batesvllle anil I pper White river. Through rules lo all ixints. Kielght roiislicned to ill 11 Hum l.tn. mh.i.i. ,.r Terrene will be promptly forwarded. Freight wlU be received nl all Inner on Ihe k. K. Lee Wh.urtsii Seni! U ft a $1 SCARF BEOS, J. T. WASHINGTON Agntil.